Covidence is a systematic reviews production tool for title/abstract screening, full-text screening, data abstraction, and quality assessment. Covidence was designed by researchers familiar with the systematic review process in order to make conducting reviews more efficient. It is the primary screening and data extraction tool for Cochrane authors.
Covidence streamlines the production of systematic reviews through:
Learn about other tools for systematic reviews on the HSLIC Systematic Reviews Guide.
If you have never used Covidence before, visit the UNM Covidence Sign-Up page and enter your name and HSC or UNM email on the sign in page. You will then receive an email inviting you to Covidence. Follow the link in the email and click on "Create an Account."
Please note: this email is to confirm your institutional affiliation, it is not confirmation of your account. You do not have an account until you complete the "Create an Account" process.
If you have already created an account with Covidence, you will need to link your account with our institutional access in order to create unlimited free reviews, there is no need to create a new account. Simply add your new email address to your existing account (go to 'Manage Profile' to do this) and make this your primary email address. You can then request an invitation to join the new organizational subscription here or via your librarian.
Covidence encourages team work. It is possible to belong to multiple review teams and multiple organizational subscriptions simultaneously and on the same account. When you move on, you'll keep your access to the reviews you worked on previously (unless the review's owner decides to remove you from their project).
Visit the UNM Covidence Sign-Up page and enter your name and HSC or UNM email. You will receive an email inviting you to Covidence. Follow the link in the email and sign into your Covidence account. You should then be able to create unlimited reviews using your University of New Mexico access.
Once you have signed up under our institutional subscription, you can access Covidence directly by going to https://www.covidence.org/.
If you would like to learn more on your own about Covidence, they have additional informational resources:
Covidence YouTube Channel with informational videos on how to accomplish review tasks in Covidence.
Covidence Knowledge Base with FAQ articles on various review tasks and Covidence news and updates.